Archiving Amiga floppies

From: Iggy Drougge <>
Date: Fri Dec 1 17:58:10 2000

Ethan Dicks skrev:

>--- Jeff Hellige <> wrote:
>> At 11:16 AM 11/30/00 -0800, you wrote:
>> >This reminds me - does anyone here have an ethernet card that would work
>> >in an Amiga 2000? I've got one I'd like to put on the 'net.
>> The last time I checked, Amiga ethernet cards were quite expensive still,
>> though things could've changed in a year since I moved off an Amiga 4000 to
>> my Power Mac clone. If you have a bridgeboard though and a PC ISA ethernet
>> card, there used to be a couple of programs on Aminet that would allow you
>> to access the ISA ethernet card from the Amiga side. It was a bit of a
>> kludge, but was reported to have worked.

>I still have new, in-the-box GG2 Bus+ bridge cards w/original warranty. They
>come with NE2000 drivers (along with other, non-NIC drivers) but there are
>also SMC/WesternDigital drivers on the web page

>I've mentioned it before to no great response, but I like to let people know
>there's still an alternative out there.

Are you parting with them, then? =)

En ligne avec Thor 2.6.
A Spanish MSX Group "Matra" visited to this Fair. I lent Spanish stand to
them. They showed and did Promotion play of SEX BOMB BUNNY. And this Game has
tema song of Majingar-Z! Why they know Japanese TV animation?
  K. Ikeda, MSX-Print
Received on Fri Dec 01 2000 - 17:58:10 GMT

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